Dr. Graham quoted on the many uses of microneedling in the September issue of Dermatology World Magazine

Make sure to check out the latest microneedling article featuring tips and tricks from Dr. Graham and other microneedling experts in the latest issue of Dermatology World Magazine published by the American Academy of Dermatology. Click the link below to download a PDF of the full article! DW-September-2018-Microneedling *Courtesy of Dermatology World Please note, ourContinue reading “Dr. Graham quoted on the many uses of microneedling in the September issue of Dermatology World Magazine”

FDA Approves Botox for Forehead Lines

Written by Dr. Paul M. Graham For many decades, Botox has been used to soften and eliminate lines on the face and neck. However, until recently the FDA had only approved the use of Botox for the frown lines (glabellar lines) and crows feet (lateral canthal lines). Despite not being FDA approved for the forehead,Continue reading “FDA Approves Botox for Forehead Lines”

Our Recent Publication On Microneedling

Make sure to check out our most recent publication on the science of microneedling in aesthetic medicine. After many months of hard work constructing this paper with Dr. Tina Alster, it has finally been published in the Journal of Dermatologic Surgery as of August 7th, 2017. Microneedling: A Review and Practical Guide Microneedling holds aContinue reading “Our Recent Publication On Microneedling”

Beyond the Basics of Botulinum Toxin

Written by Gabriela Maloney, D.O. Edited by Dr. Paul M. Graham Botulinum toxin injections are becoming increasingly popular and have been shown to safely decrease the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles on the face since its FDA approval nearly 15 years ago. The most common areas treated by dermatologists with botulinum toxin include horizontalContinue reading “Beyond the Basics of Botulinum Toxin”

Sunscreen: Your Skin’s Bodyguard

Mojgan Hosseinipour, D.O. Edited by Paul M. Graham, D.O. Spring is upon us and summer is near. With longer days, many of us will embrace outdoor activities and the sun for the matter. Although there are some benefits to a modest amount of sun exposure, unprotected exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation has been proven toContinue reading “Sunscreen: Your Skin’s Bodyguard”

Antioxidant Craz: Why They Are So Important

Paul M. Graham, D.O. Antioxidants are vital to protecting and regenerating the body’s natural collagen and should be a vital component to your daily skincare routine! For years, antioxidants have been extensively studied for their role in anti-aging and skin protection. Before I elaborate on how antioxidants work, we first need to look at whyContinue reading “Antioxidant Craz: Why They Are So Important”

Liquid Hand Rejuvenation

Paul M. Graham, DO Merz Radiesse Dermal Filler – total of 4 mL of calcium hydroxyapatite *After photo taken approximately 24 hours post-operatively Radiesse® is a synthetic semi-permanent filler used to correct fine lines/wrinkles on the face and volume loss on the back of the hands. This product was developed by Merz Aesthetics and was FDA-approved forContinue reading “Liquid Hand Rejuvenation”

Tip of the Week: In What Order Should I Apply Topical Products?

Paul M. Graham, D.O. This week’s tip pertains to a question that my patients always ask me on a weekly basis, “What order do I apply topical products? My recommendation always remains the same, let me explain. Many of you have meticulously designed your very own personalized skin care regimen and have perfected the art of buyingContinue reading “Tip of the Week: In What Order Should I Apply Topical Products?”

The Millennial’s Guide to Cosmetic Procedures

Paul M. Graham, D.O. As millennials enter their third and fourth decade of life, more and more are seeking advice from dermatologists for early signs of aging. For those of you that have heard the term millennials, but don’t know what this means, here is my mediocre attempt to define it. Millennials describe a group ofContinue reading “The Millennial’s Guide to Cosmetic Procedures”